World of Faith and Freedom: Why International Religious Liberty Is Vital to American National Security

President Barack Obama couldn’t have been more explicit in his inaugural address. Moments into his young presidency, the Democrat let Muslims know that he wants to work with them to bring stability to the world.

To achieve this, however, his foreign-policy team will need to understand what Muslims around the world want and think. And that won’t be simple because our foreign-policy establishment has never been comfortable with the subject of religion as a force that shapes events around the world.

 

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